offer fascinating, and often controversial, explanations for such diverse social phenomena as social exchange, mate selection, aggression, child rearing, and altruism.
Richard Alexander identifies the difficulty.
Such behavior has been the essential interest of sociobiologists
, chief among them E.O.
The anthropologist Clifford Geertz, the biologist Lewis Thomas, the paleontologist Stephen Jay Gould, the sociobiologist
Indeed, Carroll does mention some of the projects already underway in this direction by literary scholars, but seems to measure them against the hypotheses of the sociobiologist
Among the refugees is Frank Vanderwal, a sociobiologist
who returns to work at the National Science Foundation after the storm.
Arnhart reports the opinion of fellow sociobiologist
"All happy families are alike; unhappy families are each unhappy in their own way." In her essay On Genetic Determinism, she pits herself against sociobiologist
The author presents a sleek and seemingly logical, "legitimate" theory of homosexuality, which he contrasts with that of sociobiologist
In his book Consilience, the great Harvard sociobiologist
Recently, the Harvard entomologist and sociobiologist
According to the hypothesis first advanced by the sociobiologist
Robert Trivers "the overriding function of self-deception is the more fluid deception of others.